started out as children. >> you asked about grown-ups. onof the thing obviously for grn-ups is the britishness of it is a delight and, you know, the continuing love of british pop culture, whether it's the beatles, whether it's james bond whether it's this. it's very, very powerful. >> rose: why is that? >> first of all, they can speak, damn it! they can articulate! even these 11-year-old actors, right? crisp, clear. and they can act. it's a culture that values performance. not so much sincerity but performance. ve different from our culture. they can speak, they're used to appearing in plays from the time that they're very young. in school plays and that sort of thing. and then they're drawing on theatrical traditions and also a kind of rich vein of... i don't know what else to call it except kind of linsed eccentricity that goes back to shakespeare, maybe, or maybe only the the 18th century. but, i mean these wonderful, like, michael guam bonn, right?